The Very First Christmas Paperback

by Paul L Maier;


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The Very First Christmas

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Many children's Christmas books are long on fancy and short on fact. Most of them ignore the themes of the first Christmas and opt instead for fairy tale settings or winter tableaus.
This beautifully illustrated book, a Gold Medallion Book Award winner, fills the gap by presenting fresh insights into the Christmas story from both the scriptural and secular context.

The book tells the story of a young boy Christopher, who no longer wants to hear fairytales; he only wants real bedtime stories. So his mother tells the amazing and miraculous story of Jesus' birth. Along the way, Christopher learns the answers to some challenging questions about the Christmas story. And all the answers are right from the Bible.

This book makes a wonderful gift for children, families, and friends.

The Very First Christmas by Paul L Maier was published by Concordia in September 2003 and is our 29317th best seller. The ISBN for The Very First Christmas is 9780758606167.

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Page last updated 7th December 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherConcordia (September 2003)
Recommended for Agesfrom 4 years up to 7 years
Weight45g
Number of Pages32
Thickness6 mm
Height210 mm
Width235 mm
ISBN9780758606167
ISBN-100758606168
Product Code1156156
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